Humanities Foundation has been working diligently to expand our Resident Services Program. Through unique community collaborations, we are providing more educational opportunities on-site for our residents. In our Charleston senior communities, we are currently holding classes on managing chronic health conditions as well as healthy cooking on a budget in partnership with theLowcountry Senior Center and the Lowcountry Food Bank. We will continue to establishpartnerships with community providers such as senior centers and food banks in order to provide additional opportunities for our residents.
Our seniors at Grandview learning about managing chronic illness.
Chef Matt helps residents prepare the breading for the “baked flaked” chicken in cooking class.
Residents slicing and breading chicken.
Residents prepare a black eyed pea salad with fresh vegetables.
Courtney, the Nutrition Instructor, assists residents in measuring spices for the black
eyed pea salad.
Posted on Wed, August 7, 2013
by Buff Ross